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AGENCY PROGRAMS
Agency awards may cover tuition, provide monthly stipends, and/or pay other educational expenses. The following agencies have assisted students at Wayne County Community College District.

AMERICORP

The eligibility criteria stipulate that you must utilize AMERICORP funds to repay existing or future qualified educational loans, or to pay for the cost of attendance at a qualified college. If eligible, you must submit copy of voucher.

Bureau of Indian Affairs
The eligibility criteria stipulate that you must be:

  • A member of a federally recognized American Indian Tribe;
  • Enrolled in a public college or university; and
  • Demonstrate financial need

Contact: The Bureau of Indian Affairs
Federal Square Office Plaza, 2901.5 I-75
Business Spur, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Telephone number: (906) 632-6809.

Michigan Commission on Indian Affairs

The eligibility criteria stipulate that you must be:

  • One quarter or more quantum blood Indian certified by tribe and
  • Enrolled in a public Michigan college or university

Contact: Michigan Commission on Indian Affairs,
611 W. Ottawa N. Tower-3rd Floor
P.O. Box 30026, Lansing, MI 48909
Telephone number: (517) 373-0654.

Michigan Rehabilitation Services
The eligibility criteria stipulate that you must have a physical or mental disability resulting in a handicap to employment.

Contact: The local Michigan Rehabilitation Service Office

 
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